The biggest railway strike in South Korean history

The biggest railway strike in the history of South Korea: The mechanics who have been on strike for 22 days in South Korea decided to go back to work with the intervention of the parliament.
The longest-running mechanic strike in South Korea's history has finally come to an end. The 22 National Railways Trade Union (UDIS), which has been on strike for days, announced the end of the strike with the introduction of parliament. The UDIS stated in its official statement that the workers should leave the 2 days for the usual work to be done.
In South Korea, 3 weeks ago, the new government decided to privatize the always-losing Suseo Line, which lifted the machinists. With the prolongation of the strike of UDİS, the disruptions in the train and subway lines started to disturb the citizens. Government officials, on the other hand, found the strike decision of UDİS separate from the law, and a warrant of arrest was issued for the officials of UDİS. With the gradual growth of the events, the parliament took over the situation.
The relevant commission in the South Korean Parliament brought the parties together. The talks that started last night paid off today. After the negotiations, UDİS announced that they decided to end the strike. Saying that it is unnecessary to disturb more citizens, UDIS Council Chairman Kim Myung-hwan stated that they reached a basic agreement with the parties under the roof of the parliament.

Günceleme: 29/11/2018 17:51

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